Divorce Dead Ends

If divorces were easy there wouldn’t be a whole legal field dedicated to helping and protecting those while they go through them. Divorce is not unmanageable but it can turn into an emotional game of giving and take. Unfortunately, divorce may start amicable but can end up tumultuous. If you have children or multiple assets then you may be dealing with even heavier feelings that can cause even more turmoil. Even the best of couples with the best intentions deal with emotional struggles during a divorce. As your Divorce Attorney, and someone who has experienced divorce, we at Emy A. Cordano, Attorney at Law in Salt Lake City are ready to give you more than just representation in court.

What To Expect

When you start a divorce we will be sure to walk you through the whole process. Because we are aware that divorce can be costly, we make sure that our costs are reasonable so that your divorce is doable. Just like any legal process, it takes time, patience, and endurance to get through a divorce. Not only do you have to think about separating finances, assets, and debt, but you also have to consider schedules for the children and negotiating any kind of alimony.

These days the courts are more critical of who gets custody of children. In times before, it was common for courts to assume that the mother would be the best provider for the children. However, due to roles changing in the home, the courts are more critical when assigning primary care. This means that there may be more of a fight between partners than expected. This is why hiring a Divorce Attorney is important. We can ensure that your custody plan is fair and represents your needs and desires as closely as possible. However, that does not mean that you will always get your way. In working closely with courts, it has been our experience that the courts believe a good ruling for divorce is when both parties leave unhappy. We understand that divorce does mean that you and your partner will experience loss. It is our job to ensure that those losses are not spending time with your children or assets and financial gains that are rightfully yours.

Other considerations like assets and alimony are just as challenging especially when one spouse has their name on the majority of the documents. However, the state of Utah requires couples to attend mediation before the court. This is helpful because you and your partner can discuss on neutral grounds how you want to go about dividing property. Our Divorce Attorney can also provide help with mediation.

What To Do

Starting the divorce is not an easy feat. Trust our Divorce Attorney because we know what poor representation looks like and promise that as our client you will always be our first priority. Call (801) 901-8159 or click here to start a conversation with our Divorce Attorney at Emy A. Cordano, Attorney at Law, in Salt Lake City. We will work passionately and aggressively to make this as easy on you as possible.

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